For many of you, this feature isn’t new and likely you’ve been using it for months now. However, for the countless who christened a new Chromebook over the holiday season, we wanted to share the steps on how to enable “Night Mode” or as Chrome OS calls it, the “Night Light.” I like it. Has […]
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Chrome OS development continues to push forward with new features and updated design elements. The recently added Night Mode has made its way to the Beta channel but over in the Developer build we’ve discovered an addition to the upcoming feature. Night Mode: Schedule In addition to the Color Temperature adjustment, it looks like we will […]
A recent update to the Developer channel of Chrome OS has added a night mode or “Night Light” as it is labeled on Chrome devices. This feature has been a long-awaited addition for many Chromebook users and now it looks like it’s getting some tweaks. Wednesday of last week, an incremental update to Chrome OS […]
The Canary build of Chrome OS v.60 has turned up a new feature that may be of great interest to many users. “Night Mode” is a feature popular with mobile devices and desktop software that applies a filter to your display that reduces eye-straining blue light that is emitted. The feature is especially useful when […]
It is no secret that one of the big struggles right now for Chrome OS, Chromebooks, detachables, and tablets is overview and split-screen mode. While the majority of the OS can run smooth on various chipsets, we see severely crippled performance across the board when it comes to both the overview mode and split-screen views. […]
It’s that time of year, isn’t it? The time when we buy, sell, and gift all sorts of things with those we love. It can be a great time to find great deals on things you’ve been waiting months on purchasing. It can be a great time to sell some things you’ve been ready to […]
If you happen to be a fan of “dark mode” or “night mode” for reading or viewing on your computer, YouTube has hidden a nifty little feature that will allow you to do just that for their website. I have tested this and it is super simple. Not only will it work for Chrome users […]
Late last night the Chrome team pushed out the latest version of Chrome OS. The update to Chrome OS 55 was relatively minor as developers continue work to make the Chrome OS/Android environment more stable and user friendly. You can find all the ins and outs of what’s new in Chrome OS 55 here. The […]
Back in August of 2018, a few stories went around stating that Google was working on a facial recognition feature for Chromebooks and, to be perfectly honest, I couldn’t find any real evidence at the time pointing to anything beyond facial recognition for cameras. After all, modern mobile cameras use facial recognition all the time, […]
Timing is a strange thing in this industry. All the way back in late August of 2018, Lenovo took to IFA Berlin to announce some new Chromebooks and that announcement included some big language about the world’s first 4K Chromebook: the Yoga C630. We can go back and forth all day about the benefits and […]
Back at IFA, Lenovo launched three new Chromebooks due to become available in October. As it turns out, that unspecified time is now.
The people have asked and the Chrome OS team has answered. Just hours ago, we spotted an update of the Stable channel of Chrome OS. Version 69 has started rolling out for some devices and likely more will join the list in the coming days.